Saint Theodore, Studites

Short Name: Saint Theodore, Studites
Full Name: Theodore, Studites, Saint, 759-826
Birth Year: 758
Death Year: 826

Theodore, St., of the Studium. One of the Greek hymnwriters. He was born at Constantinople, circa 759, and educated by his uncle, St. Plato. He was banished by Constantine, for his resolute refusal to acknowledge the Emperor’s illicit marriage with Theodora, in 797. On the accession of Irene (798), he was recalled, and enjoyed the favour of the Empress. In 809 he was again banished, for the old cause, refusal to acknowledge the legitimacy of Constantine's marriage. Recalled once more in 811, he was imprisoned and again banished for his defence of the Icons, under Leo the Armenian. He was recalled a third time at the death of Leo, and died Nov. 11, 826 (Dr. Neale adds, "in banishment"). He succeeded his uncle, St. Plato, as Hegumen of the Monastery of The Studium. [Rev. H. Leigh Bennett, M.A.]

-- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)


Texts by Saint Theodore, Studites (11)sort descendingAsAuthority LanguagesInstances
A song, a song of gladness, A song of thanks and praiseTheodore of the Studium (Author)2
C'est trop longtemps chanterSaint Theodore, Studites (Author)2
God comes, and who shall stand before His fear?Theodore of the Studium (Author)English5
Lo I am with you alway I hear the Savior sayTheodore (Author)2
That fearful Day, that Day of dreadSt. Theodore, Studites (Author)3
That fearful day, that day of speechless dreadTheodore of the Studium (Author)English11
The Day is Near, the Judgment is at HandTheodore of the Studium (Author)English4
The Lord draws nigh, the righteous throne's assessorSaint Theodore, Studites (Author)English3
The Lord, the Lord hath triumphedTheodore of the Studium (Author)2
When thou shalt come thine angels roundTheodore (Author)2
When thou shalt come with trumpet soundTheodore of the Studium (Author)4
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